The Portuguese left Tuesday’s session early after a collision with goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, but has returned to training ahead of Los Blancos’ clash with Atletico Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Real Madrid training on Wednesday, calming fears over his fitness ahead of the Champions League final.
Ronaldo hobbled out of Tuesday’s session after a collision with goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, prompting alarm among Los Blancos fans just a few short days ahead of Saturday’s European showdown with Atletico Madrid at San Siro.
The Portugal captain said after the incident: “I had a little knock in today’s training, but in a few days I’ll be ok.”
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However, Madrid’s talisman swiftly returned to training, taking full part in Wednesday’s final session before departing for Milan.
Raphael Varane and Alvaro Arbeloa are the only players likely to be unavailable to Zinedine Zidane as Madrid seek a second Champions league final win over their neighbours in three seasons.
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